@artagnon I think I’ve finally come up with some challenging yet slightly doable problem of finding relationships among characters of a novel. What do you think? They seem to call it “Relationship Extraction” in text mining.
First I’m going to start with some definitions so we’re all on the same page about the terms I’m going to be using - specifically habitable zone, habitable, and inhabited. Sometimes these are used interchangeably, but they all mean very different things.
I’m also going to be heavily focused on *Earth-like* life, because we can’t search for things we don’t know and we’re more likely to not recognize the signals of non-Earth-like life if we detect them.
They're medium dark roast. I like the flavour, especially after it cools down a little - like medium hot.
I *might* be intoxicated, but I'm not joking.
I mean, it's just words! And the reason I can read all this is because of some random reason that got me to learn English language.
So I read these words and boom! I know shit! Or I start thinking! It influences my thoughts! woo!
Of course I should first introduce myself; I'm currently a lowly MSc student at McMaster university, studying certain families of dessins d'enfants and associated categorical equivalents. I keep falling into the rabbit-hole of machine-learning as the topic de jour, as I have unfortunately become known as the departmental expert there, but truly my passions lay in pure maths, and the interaction between the additive and multiplicative structure of the integers (bold, I realize) #introduction
Microscopic Crystals Reveal Multiple Jurassic Extinctions https://www.discovermagazine.com/the-sciences/microscopic-crystals-reveal-multiple-jurassic-extinctions by Kate Golembiewski
Ancient, microscopic crystals show a potential link between a series of less well-known mass extinctions and periodic volcanic activity.
Paper: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1342937X22000818 by Arto Luttinen et al.
May be it’s just medicines 😅
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